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Old 09-04-2012, 06:14 PM   #1
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I am heading down the west coast through Washington and Oregon and maybe even into Northern Cal. I have a couple of weeks to kill and would welcome any suggestions of places to stay/things to see over the next couple of weeks. Will probably drive pretty hard for the first couple of days and then stay someplace for a week before starting to wander up back through towards BC. I know that is a lot of territory to cover but I will probably stray towards coastline and even if you only have one place that you enjoyed, that would be great. I have a 37' Class A so that might help too.
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Old 09-05-2012, 09:39 AM   #2
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We have spent time really enjoying the high desert area of Oregon along US97.
Crater Lake is awesome! Then, between La Pine and Bend is the Newberry Nat'l Volcanic Monument Deschutes and the Oregon High Desert Museum: highdesertmuseum.org.
Continuing up US97 into Washington is the Yakima area and all the apple territory, etc., etc.

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Thanks I had been thinking about Crater Lake. I think I will take that in.
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If you come up 101 along the Washington coast and are headed for BC, I'd recommend going to Port Angeles and taking the Ferry to Coupville, then SR20 to I-5 at Burlington. It saves a long trip south-easterly to get to I-5 near Portland then north throuogh Seattle.
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1-5 to 199 to crescent city/klamath,ca to visit redwoods and then head back north on 101 ( more than a couple weeks worth of scenery)
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If you belong to Thousand Trails (or even if you don't), we like Birch Bay in Blaine, WA and Whalers Rest in Newport, OR and Seaside in Seaside, OR. There are other TT parks all up and down the Washington and Oregon Coasts (no need to drive more than 3 hours between any of them), but those were our favorites.
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